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Animal Services

All of our technicians and pest control specialists are state licensed by the Department of Fish and Wildlife and are extensively trained in trapping and wildlife removal. We use the most humane and environmentally conscious methods possible.

Animal Trapping









* The holes they dig in the ground weaken the integrity of your space

* Are strict vegetarians, they eat the roots of your grass while they dig 

* Carriers of serious diseases, such as the plague, hantavirus, rabies, and monkeypox.


*  will chew on just about anything that they see as useful in building their nests. This could be          wood, paper, cloth, wires, upholstered furniture, insulation, etc.

* are known to spread more than 35 diseases. These diseases can be spread to humans directly,         through handling of live or dead rodents, through contact with rodent feces, urine, or saliva,         and through rodent bites. 

* Diseases carried by rodents can also be spread to humans indirectly,     through fleas, ticks, or       mites that have fed on an infected rodent.


* Digging can cause considerable damage to lawns and landscaped areas

* Moles eat earthworms which are very important for soil aeration

* Their presence in unusually large numbers might be due to a high population of soil pests.              Warning sign of other problems


* Can be very destructive to landscaped areas

* Litters average between 2 to 3 young, and can have as many as 5 to 6 litters per year.


* Can cause a lot of unwanted damage to your home, they like to make nests in your insulation

* Squirrels are responsible for an impressive number of electrical issues each year

* They can cause damage to gardens and landscaped areas


* A small rodent that only weighs about 1 ounce and measures around 4-7 inches in length

* Tiny little yard destroyers will cause dead patches in your grass, chewed spots on trees, and            unsightly damage to plants

* Bushes will begin to have dry, brown patches and flowers will die as these rodents chew away a      at root systems or bulbs.

*  Parasites voles may be carrying include, lice, mites, fleas, and ticks.


Population Control

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* Range from about 14 inches to just over 3 feet, with an average length of about 30       inches and can weigh up to approximately 13 pounds

* Can get into trash

* They can be carrying mites, ticks, fleas, and parasites

* They feed on many types of insects, like crickets and beetles, as well as on mice          and vole


* Range from just under 2 feet long to just over 3 feet long and can weigh up to 23         pounds. 

* Can tear up fields looking for insects, get into trash

* They can be carrying mites, ticks, fleas, and parasites​


* The repugnant odor lingers for days and can be nauseating

* Their populations range from 2 to 50 individuals per square mile.

* Dig holes in lawns, golf courses, and gardens to search for insect grubs and                 insects found in the soil




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